Not every homeowner is aware of what’s involved in a contemporary roofline drainage system. We all know that gutters play a big role, but what about the supporting structure? P. Nelson Roofing offers the full range of roofline products – including uPVC fascias and soffits.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is so widely used due to the huge number of benefits it offers. However uPVC differs at there are no plasticisers in the material. This is ideal for roofing contractors as it allows the plastic to retain its strength and do a good job within the roofline system.
When you compare this to a metal gutter, the uPVC products are far more cost-effective and can still benefit from customisation for those who want to influence the design of the roof.
Rooflines – the part they play
Simply put, the job of the roofline drainage system is to protect your home from damp, condensation, leaks and decay. A job made more challenging by the unpredictable Scottish weather. uPVC fascias and soffits work in concert with bargeboards, downpipes and gutters to protect your property from anything that can go wrong.
That takes care of the functional role, but don’t forget about the look, feel and design of the roofline. P. Nelson Roofing offer a choice of colours and styles, capable of enhancing the aesthetic appeal of any roof. We can be relied upon to install these products properly, taking care to repair any underlying damage that could jeopardise your property.
Lesser contractors have a reputation for simply installing roofline products on top of rotting timber. It should go without saying that this should be avoided. Don’t be swayed by the temptation of a cheap installation as it’s often too good to be true.
To help you make a decision, consider the following benefits of uPVC fascias & soffits;
- Capable of handling the Scottish weather.
- uPVC is an extremely durable material.
- Fascia board is resistant to pollution, vermin and insects.
- Completely customisable.
- Range of colours and styles to choose from.